25+ 4th Grade Graduation Gift Ideas for Kids

Com­ple­tion of ele­men­tary school is an impor­tant event in the life of any child. “We” has col­lect­ed the best gift ideas and tips on how to choose gifts for chil­dren at grad­u­a­tion in grade 4
25+ 4th Grade Graduation Gift Ideas for Kids
25+ 4th grade grad­u­a­tion gift ideas for kids. Pho­to: shutterstock.com

Pri­ma­ry school is com­ing to an end. The first seri­ous edu­ca­tion­al stage in the life of a child is over, I want to please him with an unusu­al and inter­est­ing present.

We have com­piled an exten­sive top with tips for choos­ing a grad­u­a­tion gift for chil­dren. The selec­tion is focused on the age of 10–11 years — just at this age, chil­dren grad­u­ate from the 4th grade. Our list includes both expen­sive and bud­get options — for every bud­get.

Top 25 Best 4th Graduation Gift Ideas for Kids

Let’s start the selec­tion with elec­tron­ics, then move on to prod­ucts for out­door activ­i­ties and out­door games. We also includ­ed gifts in the rat­ing, which can be the begin­ning of a great hob­by. Do not for­get about the pre­sen­ta­tions that will be use­ful in school.

1. Quadcopter

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There are mod­els with and with­out a cam­era. The lat­ter are cheap­er, but in fact — it’s just a toy. As pop­u­lar today as once a heli­copter on a radio remote con­trol. Only it flies faster, more nim­ble. Mod­els with a cam­era on board are usu­al­ly more expen­sive. Bud­get quad­copters with the abil­i­ty to shoot do not hold a charge ll. Remem­ber that accord­ing to the law, fly­ing drones in Rus­sia must be reg­is­tered if their ight exceeds 250 grams. This can also be done remote­ly.

2. Stabilizer for smartphone

Smartphone stabilizer
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Suit­able as a grad­u­a­tion gift in 4th grade for chil­dren who are pas­sion­ate about blog­ging. A sta­bi­liz­er, also known as a steadicam, is a “com­plex” self­ie stick. It is bat­tery pored. Due to this, shak­ing is lev­eled, and the child can shoot smooth videos. The main attribute of mod­ern mobile video pro­duc­tion.

3. Bluetooth speaker

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Portable speak­er sys­tem. Allows you to play music from a flash card or via blue­tooth con­nec­tion with a smart­phone. Even bud­get mod­els pro­duce decent sound. In the mid­dle class, prod­ucts are of bet­ter qual­i­ty and often water­proof. With this, you can dive into the pool or bath with­out fear of a short cir­cuit. A sep­a­rate line today are speak­ers with inte­grat­ed voice assis­tants.

4. TWS headphones

Wireless headphones
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This abbre­vi­a­tion refers to devices with a wire­less con­nec­tion. They work via blue­tooth, con­nect to all mod­ern smart­phones, tablets, as ll as com­put­ers that have a built-in wire­less inter­face. Head­phones are charged from the case in which they are car­ried. 15 min­utes is enough to lis­ten to music for a cou­ple of hours. The more expen­sive the mod­el, the bet­ter the bat­tery and the bet­ter the sound.

5. Action camera

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Anoth­er gad­get for kids who got into blog­ging by 4th grade. It dif­fers from the cam­era in a smart­phone in that it has a larg­er view­ing angle to cap­ture more space in the frame. The mod­els come with a water­proof cov­er. It also pro­tects against impacts. With the help of spe­cial mounts, you can cling the cam­era to your head or hand.

6. Porbank

External battery for charging gadgets
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Portable charg­ing in the bag of every mod­ern per­son has become an essen­tial attribute. You can charge your smart­phone or tablet from it. Seri­ous mod­els have the por to por even a lap­top. True, they are bulky. For a child, the stan­dard ver­sion is also suit­able. Choose with an indi­ca­tor of 10 or even 20 thou­sand mil­liamps per hour — this is the bat­tery life.

7. Smart watch

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Smart watch­es are suit­able for chil­dren who play sports. Swim­ming, ath­let­ics and oth­er activ­i­ties. In such a gad­get, as a rule, there are appro­pri­ate train­ing modes. They read the indi­ca­tors dur­ing the class and then give out per­son­al sta­tis­tics: pulse, res­pi­ra­tion, calo­ries burned, etc. Ide­al for those who want to achieve more in sports.

8. Gaming keyboard

Backlit keyboard
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This 4th grade grad­u­a­tion gift is per­fect for kids who love gam­ing. Such key­boards can be two or ten times more expen­sive than stan­dard mod­els. They have a bright design and great oppor­tu­ni­ties for play­ers. The keys are pro­gram­ma­ble, pressed more smooth­ly and have a large resource of dura­bil­i­ty.

9. Portable projector

Smartphone projector
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Such a pro­jec­tor is enclosed, as a rule, in a small cube. Com­pact, you can nat­u­ral­ly put it in your pock­et. Con­nects to any mul­ti­me­dia device and dis­plays a pic­ture. Some mod­els are equipped with a built-in speak­er. It turns out a portable home the­ater.

10. Drawing tablet

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A new word in fine arts. Most b artists today work with these. They con­nect to a com­put­er or can serve as an inde­pen­dent device. Using a sty­lus pen, an image is drawn. Col­or, thick­ness and oth­er graph­ic solu­tions — an almost lim­it­less num­ber of vari­a­tions.

11. Scooter

Kick scooter
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It’s too ear­ly to donate an elec­tric mod­el. They are too fast, heavy and expen­sive. Stop at the so-called urban mod­el. This is a clas­sic scoot­er with a rein­forced body and excel­lent dri­ving char­ac­ter­is­tics. It can be fold­ed in half and car­ried by hand. There are bright mod­els for girls.

12. Rollersurf

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A new trend in means of indi­vid­ual mobil­i­ty. Board with two wheels and a nar­row bridge. Syn­the­sis of rollers and skate­board. It rides by trans­fer­ring ight from one foot to the oth­er. Light­ight, ide­al for rid­ing in the park and at the same time it can­not reach high speed, which means it is rel­a­tive­ly safe.

13. Longboard

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Trans­port for girls and boys. It dif­fers from the clas­sic skate­board in its design: it is not sharp­ened for jumps and tricks, but is designed for long trips. The board is more sta­ble and heav­ier.

14. Rollers for shoes

Rollers for shoes
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The advan­tage of such rollers is that they can be put on almost any shoes. They do not take up much space and do not require spe­cial skills. Some mod­els expand so that they can last for sev­er­al years, regard­less of the size of the grow­ing foot.

15. Frame trampoline

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If you have a spa­cious apart­ment, then such a sports equip­ment can be assem­bled at home. But it is bet­ter if there is a cot­tage. There on the lawn of the struc­ture is the place. If you are wor­ried about the safe­ty of the child, take a mod­el with a mesh around the tram­po­line. The advan­tage of the frame solu­tion is that it does not need to be blown. It is quite dif­fi­cult to dam­age or break such a thing.

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16. Bacweack with LED screen

Digital bacweack
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A prac­ti­cal gift for chil­dren at grad­u­a­tion in grade 4 with a back­log for the next aca­d­e­m­ic year. It is at this age that ado­les­cents devel­op a crav­ing for self-expres­sion. This can be done through a bacweack with a screen. They have a set of pic­tures uploaded, but you can add your own. And even do some­thing like a run­ning line.

17. Demo Board

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With the tran­si­tion to the sec­ondary school link, the load on the study of the child will increase. Even more “home­work”, new dis­ci­plines and a com­plex pro­gram. In stud­ies, visu­al­iza­tion on a large board often helps. On it you can write down plans for the ek, make notes and just ana­lyze the lessons or cre­ate.

18. Needlework kit

Needlework set
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A gift for cre­ative self-expres­sion: there will be some­thing to do dur­ing the sum­mer hol­i­days. You can assem­ble such a set your­self or buy ready-made. Cross stitch, dia­mond embroi­dery, patch­work, wool felt­ing — there are count­less options in the store.

19. Model building

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There are met­al, wood­en and card­board. The child will assem­ble three-dimen­sion­al his­tor­i­cal mod­els of mil­i­tary and civil­ian equip­ment, air­lin­ers and ship­ping cruis­ers with his own hands. Mod­els come in dif­fer­ent cat­e­gories of com­plex­i­ty. If the child has nev­er col­lect­ed such, then you should not imme­di­ate­ly buy a dimen­sion­al prod­uct. And do not leave the child alone with the box. Show how to assem­ble and col­or.

20. Board game

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Despite the total com­put­er­i­za­tion, this enter­tain­ment is expe­ri­enc­ing anoth­er wave of pop­u­lar­i­ty today. Board games are a whole world with their hits and nov­el­ties. Some are designed in such a way that they can even be played alone. But, of course, it is always more inter­est­ing when there are sev­er­al part­ners on the play­ing field.

21. Telescope

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In a big city, due to the abun­dance of light, the device does not work so ll. But if, at the end of grade 4, chil­dren have to trav­el to the vil­lage, out of town, to the gar­den, and oth­ers like them, then the tele­scope can be an excel­lent com­pan­ion. Under­stand with your child how the device works, it will not take much time. Find on the Inter­net maps of the star­ry sky and a cal­en­dar of astro­nom­i­cal phe­nom­e­na — all this will make the gift more use­ful.

22. Microscope

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Just don’t buy a plas­tic toy. Take a good train­ing mod­el. So that the kit already con­tains sev­er­al prepa­ra­tions, inter­change­able lens­es, tez­ers and glass­es. Oth­er­wise, the child will imme­di­ate­ly lose inter­est. Mod­ern micro­scopes allow you to take pic­tures through them on your smart­phone. To do this, you need an inex­pen­sive adapter.

23. Ant farm

Ant farm
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Suit­able as a gift for chil­dren who are fond of nat­ur­al sci­ences. There are pas­sages in the ter­rar­i­um, you can set new routes for the ants, feed them and watch their devel­op­ment. Try to keep a diary of obser­va­tions with your child, and then pre­pare a report for a biol­o­gy les­son.

24. Robotics kit

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This is a soft­ware builder. You can assem­ble a mod­el and then pro­gram it to per­form cer­tain actions through a com­put­er. The more expen­sive the design­er, the more vari­a­tions. If the child is car­ried away by the set, then lat­er he can be enrolled in a robot­ics cir­cle. Such sec­tions today oper­ate in many cities at schools and cre­ative stu­dios.

25. Set for numismatics

Set for numismatics
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Or phi­lat­e­ly. Col­lect­ing coins and stamps can fas­ci­nate a child at this age. Let the hob­by and not the most trendy, but very infor­ma­tive. Through it you can get acquaint­ed with world his­to­ry. Spe­cial col­lectible albums and rare items are avail­able in stores.

How to choose gifts for graduation in grade 4 for children

Think about what your child recent­ly talked about. Often chil­dren do not hide their desires and direct­ly men­tion that they would like this or that thing that they saw from their peers or on the Inter­net. Most like­ly, you will not have to puz­zle over the gift for a long time.

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After grad­u­a­tion from the 4th grade, sum­mer will begin. There­fore, the gift can be with an eye on the upcom­ing hol­i­days. Lots of free time to use. But do not for­get that the child also wants to relax, and not spend days behind plump ency­clo­pe­dias.

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A grad­u­a­tion gift can be a fam­i­ly vaca­tion, and a new jack­et or sneak­ers. Just do not for­get that after grad­u­a­tion in the 4th grade, you still have a child in front of you who wants the gift to be held in his hands, to use it, to get an emo­tion. There­fore, clothes or the same trip, no mat­ter how expen­sive they are, most like­ly will not be appre­ci­at­ed. There­fore, be sure to add some kind of “Wish­list” of the child to the gift.

Some give a gift with the words: “Now you are already big (oh), so here is the right adult gift for you for the future dif­fi­cult study.” Do not scare the child with increased respon­si­bil­i­ty. Of course, don’t over­do it either. Let chil­dren be chil­dren. They still have time to be seri­ous adults.

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